President Andrzej Duda has extended Poland's foreign military missions in the Middle East and Europe.
The Polish government has extended a ban on international flights to nine countries until December 31, 2020, owing to the coronavirus pandemic.
A convoy of seven fire trucks with Polish aid for Western Balkan countries affected by the coronavirus epidemic has reached its unloading point in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Polish State Fire Service tweeted on Monday.
With 600,000 masks, 60,000 liters of disinfectants and protective gear the State Fire Service trucks are heading for Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, and Serbia.
President Andrzej Duda, the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Poland, has signed a decision extending the presence of Polish military contingents abroad, the National Security Bureau (BBN) has informed.
In Kosovo, Krzysztof meets the man who composed the country’s national anthem after studying composition under the great Penderecki. And today he his giving a concert in Kraków where he spent nine years of his life and which he describes as the “loveliest place in the world.”
In Kosovo, Krzysztof meets Captain Michalska and Lieutenant Leszczyńska from the Polish Liaison Monitoring Team at the KFOR base who outline their day-to-day activities in helping the local community.
Facing Kosovo, Germany and Israel in group 1 they were one of the favourites, yet they managed to get only five points, while Germany first in the group had 12. Out of six games, Poland won two, tied one and lost three.